Please note that this translator is in the beta versions, is under development, may have some inaccurate results, make sure to type your full sentence before writing something else because I have added in a few phrases & not just words.
I am learning how to pronounce cuneiform letters in that language which is using the cuneiform writing script.
This is based on pronunciation, which means I find the pronunciation of a specific word to translate, I have a tab open for every type of cuneiform which automatically transliterates it into that writing script.
Or, the other way I translate a word into cuneiforms is if they link the actual cuneiform & not just the official way of pronunciation that all of that cuneiform language uses to identify of what it sounds like to romanise (UK/GB) /romanize (US/Am) the text, may be easy to identify if it does use the official way of pronunciation that all of that cuneiform language uses to identify of what it sounds like to romanise (UK/GB) /romanize (US/Am) due to it being obvious to differentiate cuneiforms & the Latin script from each other so you would most likely immediately notice, right away after.
The language used mostly is Ancient Iranian Cuneiforms.
Nevertheless, that does not mean that it does not use other Cuneiforms, it uses Babylonian, Ancient Kuruntic, Ancient Sumerian, Old Persian & Sumero-Akkadian.
The grammar & punctuation in Cuneiforms is very different, so please do not use grammatical English symbols. If you are interested in learning grammar in Old Persian cuneiforms, I would personally recommend:
If a word does not work, please comment what word does not work & I shall try & find the meaning.
Which does not mean that it is a guarantee that I shall reply, or that it is possible to translate that word.
While I do that, please try to think of a similar word until further notice.
This translator works better translating into & not out to cuneiforms, using a cuneiform keyboard to write out what a wall or ancient scribe says in cuneiforms is not the kind of thing this would work for.
This is due to there being multiple definitions for one word in cuneiforms.